Philip Spratley

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Philip Spratley (Nottinghamshire, 1942) is an English composer and writer on Essex folksong.[1] He is also a school music teacher and church organist.

Works, editions and recordings[edit]

  • Music for String Orchestra - Sinfonietta, Op.6. Clarinet Concertino "Byard’s Leap" Op.27, Recorder Concertino "A Gallery of Cats" Op.26. Suite "In Outlaw Country" Op 12b. Linda Merrick, clarinet, John Turner, recorder, Tracey Redfern, trumpet, Eira Lynn Jones, harp, Royal Ballet Sinfonia, Barry Wordsworth. Manchester Sinfonia conducted by the composer. Toccata Classics[2] Philip's music is now handled by Bardic Edition Music Publishers.

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